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African scientists call for climate change evidence

Africa's science academies have issued a statement calling for evidence to fill large gaps in the continent’s …

28/12/12

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Q&A: Roseanne Diab on science academies and climate risk

SciDev.Net talks to ASSAf's Roseanne Diab about the role of science academies in climate change awareness and risk …

12/12/12

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Nigeria 'must close climate change communication gap'

Communication failure is partly to blame for deaths, damage and displacement from recent flooding, says the …

12/12/12

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Nigeria to combat vitamin A deficiency with hybrid maize

Nigeria's fight against vitamin A deficiency received a boost last month, with the launch of two vitamin-enriched …

29/08/12

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Lagos puts innovation high on its agenda

The state of Lagos has set up an advisory council to guide it towards becoming an innovation hub for West Africa. …

01/03/12

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Nigeria's new science fund takes US as its model

Nigeria has announced plans for an independent science fund, hoping that its basis in the country's new S&T …

21/02/12

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Scientists call for global neglected disease database

Scientists have built a database for schistosomiasis in Africa, which they are putting forward as a model for a …

09/01/12

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Nigeria pins green revolution hopes on cassava

Nigeria's cassava-led green revolution is now led by a prominent cassava scientist, but its approach may fail …

24/10/11

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African biotech centre to target food security, disease

An international biotechnology centre should begin operations in Nigeria early next year.

20/09/11

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Traditional medicine gains ground in African universities

A WHO study has found that African governments are giving traditional medicine increasing support.

15/09/11

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Insecticide resistance linked to malaria resurgence

Malaria researchers in Senegal have found increasing resistance to a WHO-approved insecticide following the …

24/08/11

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